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A confidential online prayer request service for alumni, parents and friends of Boston College.

Faith Programs and Service Opportunities

As graduates of a Jesuit, Catholic University we share a special commitment not to live for ourselves alone. We recognize that we are called to share our time, talent, and resources with the world around us.  It is a lifetime commitment – a commitment worthy of St. Ignatius’ call to go “transform the world.” Consider these service opportunities


Upcoming Events

Class of 1961 Mass and Dinner

Saturday, May 3, 4 p.m.
Boston College, Main Campus, McMullen Museum and Gasson Hall

Join fellow classmates at this annual event. The evening will start with a Museum Exhibit tour followed by a class Mass and dinner.

For more information or to register, please contact Fabia Denaro at 617-552-1528.


 

Sixth Sunday of Lent: Palm Sunday

Today, we stand on the threshold of the holiest week of the liturgical year, a week that unfolds the stories of profound darkness and death and the promise of light and life unimagined! Immediately, we feel psychological and spiritual whiplash as Jesus makes a royal entrance into Jerusalem to a chorus of “hosannas” only to be reduced to ultimate shame in the following days.  And so we begin our journey with him. » Read more

Fifth Sunday of Lent

Death is not a particularly appealing topic.  For understandable reasons, we shy away, even run away, from its reality. Nonetheless, the Scriptures for the Fifth Sunday of Lent look death right in the eye and they ask us to do the same. »Read more

Fourth Sunday of Lent

Jesus does it again, this master storyteller.  He teases our sure sighted perspective on life with a riddle as he weaves the story of the man born blind:  “I came into this world for judgment, so that those who do not see might see, and those who do see might become blind.”  What is Jesus thinking of in these two scenarios that seem light years apart?  It sounds like a certain kind of seeing is bad and that a certain kind of blindness is good!  Where do we begin? » Read more



Past Presentations:

On Saturday, February 16, 2013, Melissa Kelley, Associate Professor, School of Theology and Ministry, presented "Caring for the Caregivers" at the Cadigan Alumni Center.  To view her presentation, click here.

On November 4th, 2012, Fr. Joseph O'Keefe, S.J., Professor, Lynch School of Education, gave a presentation at the former Alumni House entitled "Spirituality in the Workplace.  Click the links to view the PowerPoint Presentation and the film clip shown at the event.

Light the World Campaign